Notebook, straight pin and punched out border

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    Marie-Claire
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    I am not new to the scrapbook campus, but I am new as a diamond member. I first looked at what there is to discover, and yesterday I made a few lessons. I am not sure where to put my work in the forum, because I made 1 creation with 3 different lessons.
    LAB 5 module 1: Punched out Border
    Creative Scrap: Notebook Paper and Straight Pin.
    As for the straight pin, I think the shade could be better, but I don’t know which settings to use.

    #48378
    Cassel
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    • 1732
    • Superfan

    It is totally fine to post on its own thread. You can ALSO post in the monthly “What are you working on” thread.

    What settings did you use for the straight pin? It is showing a bit small on the resized version, so it is hard to identify the shadow itself.

    #48382
    Marie-Claire
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    • Junior

    My program is in the Dutch language, I hope my translation is correct.
    I used the following settings for the shadow
    Horizontal 2, Vertical 2, Opacity 100, Blur 2
    When making the pin I did not put a shadow.
    I placed the shadow after placing the pin in my creation. Maybe that is not the correct way ?
    I have to say that I am never quite sure what to use as settings for a shadow.

    #48414
    Marie-Claire
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    • Junior

    I just saw the sheet cheat at the basic scrap course, where I now see that basic settings are noted for the shadow.

    when is the best time to use reverse shadow?

    #48415
    Cassel
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    • 1732
    • Superfan

    Marie-Claire, I did a little tutorial on the “reverse shadows” HERE. It will give you examples when to use them.

    #48619
    Marie-Claire
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    • Junior

    Thank you Carole !

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